The Village of Nashville is going old-fashioned with strolling Victorian-costumed carolers, the Little Nashville Express Train and visits with Santa and his elves, and a live nativity scene. Hot chocolate, cookies, caroling and the official lighting of Santa’s tree happens the first weekend of festivities. After that, every weekend is filled with holiday thappenings.
Things to do include: face painting with Santa, the Christmas Light Parade, gingerbread creations, holiday shows, sing-a-longs and victorian candlelight dinners.
Christmas in Brown County Activities
Kick-off Weekend is November 29 – December 1
Gingerbread Competition & Exhibit
November 24 - December 14
8 am-11 pm daily
This exhibit pays tribute to the log cabins of Brown County while challenging participants to
combine their culinary skills with architectural design to create extraordinary works of art.
Location: Brown County Inn
Little Nashville Express Train Rides
November 23 – December 14
See the Village! Board the Express Train for a fun and free ride.
Nov. 23-24, 29-30: Noon-7 pm; Dec. 1: Noon-5 pm; Dec. 7, 14: Noon-6 pm
Visitors Center Holiday Open House
Join the Visitors Center as they welcome Santa and kick off the holiday season by lighting up
Santa’s Tree. Free hot chocolate and cookies. Open House and visits with Santa 2 pm-6 pm
Location: Visitors Center Patio
Nov. 29-Dec. 1
Friday 2 pm–6 pm; Saturday 11 am-5 pm; Sunday Noon-4 pm. Location: Visitors Center Patio
Nov. 29-Dec. 1
Enjoy a holiday song from strolling carolers in the Village
Friday 2 pm–6 pm; Saturday 11 am-5 pm; Sunday Noon-4 pm.
Live Nativity Scene
Enjoy live nativity scenes throughout the Village of Nashville from 1 pm-3 pm.
Final scenes will end at the corner of Mound Street and North Van Buren Street by the Holly Shop.
For more information: ChristmasinBrownCounty.com.
For details about other Brown County events, tourist attractions and lodging: BrownCounty.com.